As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, multinational companies will come under immense stakeholder pressure to drive profits while governments and tax authorities will become even more scrutinous about ensuring that multinational companies are paying the taxes owed in their jurisdictions. Now is the time for multinational groups to conduct a thorough review of their processes to ensure effective monitoring and oversight of transfer pricing policies.
To help manage possible tax challenges that may arise from transfer pricing issues, the series will focus on the following key questions:
The series will also unpack recent developments and international cases on transfer pricing which will focus the development of transfer pricing in the future.
Okkie Kellerman CA(SA)
Okkie focuses on the tax structuring of international transaction and groups, transfer pricing planning and risk analysis for multi-national corporations with a general emphasis on complex domestic and international tax and exchange control issues, in South Africa as well as on the African continent.
His more than 25 years’ experience includes all aspects of income tax planning. Okkie is a qualified CA(SA) with a Diploma in Taxation from the University of South Africa and has worked within the legal environment for over 15 years, gaining valuable experience on the legal issue to consider when doing international tax structuring, transfer pricing and controversy management.
This event and successful completion of the online assessment will secure 2 hours verifiable output Tax CPD points per session.
This webinar does not form part of the 2020 Subscription packages.
Full webinar series:
Other members: R1 425
Per webinar session:
Other members: R475
Company Price: R950
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